My appreciation for culture and cinema is what attracted me to class action law. It’s a very dynamic practice area with room for creativity and change.
Class action law can have a huge impact - both in society and in the lives of individual clients. When we bring people together with one collective voice, companies have to listen. Years of experience practicing class action law has fuelled my desire to help people.
I believe that change begins with putting clients first. In my practice area of pharmaceutical class action litigation, a compassionate and gentle approach can completely change the experience from the clients’ perspective.
In addition to my practice, I have authored and edited case summaries for LexisNexis and written and presented on a number of class action-related topics.
Closer to home, I try to make a difference through volunteer work in the London community. I sit on the boards of both the London Heritage Museum (Fanshawe Pioneer Village) and London Bridge Child Care Services Inc.
Please contact me about new or current class action claims and follow me on Twitter @Sabrina_Lombard.
- Middlesex Law Association
- Advocates Society
- American Association for Justice
education and year of call
- Year of Call: 2006
- Honours Bachelor of Arts, Political Science and Film Studies, Western University Canada, 2001
- LL.B, University of Windsor, 2005